FCIC Commissioner Byron Georgiou

Join us for a special FDL Book Salon tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. ET when FDL’s Ed Walker will host a live chat with Financial Crisis Inquiry Commissioner Byron Georgiou. They’ll be discussing the FCIC’s financial crisis report and take your questions on the same.

From Mr. Georgiou’s biography at FCIC’s website:

Byron Georgiou has had a long career in the private and public sector in business, law and government service.

He currently oversees Georgiou Enterprises, with wide ranging interests including the manufacture of a broad range of lithium ion iron phosphate all electric powered vehicles. [...]

Mr. Georgiou has served since 2005 on the advisory board of the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance which hosts the world’s leading blog on corporate governance and financial regulation.

Since 2000, Mr. Georgiou has been affiliated Of Counsel to the national law firm of Robbins, Geller, Rudman & Dowd, the world’s largest plaintiffs’ securities practice, and has spent much of the last decade investigating and civilly prosecuting financial fraud, with leadership roles in the historic litigations on behalf of victimized investors at Enron, WorldCom, Dynegy, AOLTimeWarner, and UnitedHealth.

Mr. Georgiou serves on the FCIC along with Phil Angelides (chairman), Bill Thomas (vice chairman), Brooksley Born, Bob Graham, Keith Hennessey, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Heather Murren, John W. Thompson, and Peter J. Wallison.

You can read a copy of the FCIC’s published conclusions at this link (pdf).

Add this event to your calendar and join us for what should be an enlightening discussion — 2:00 p.m. tomorrow ET at FDLBookSalon.com.